Hub - Queen's Park Children's Centre

The centre will re-open on Monday 11 September. The Drop-in Stay and Play will resume on Wednesday 13 September, from 9.30am to 11.30 and 1.00pm to 3.00pm.

For more information call us on 0207 641 5838.

Contact details 

Address: 88 Bravington Road, London W9 3AL
Telephone: 020 7641 5838
Opening hours: 8.30am to 4.30pm

We provide a range of activities for children and their parents or carers including drop-in play, baby classes and workshops.

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Queens Park and Harrow Road Parents Voice

Regular Parents Voice meetings for Queens Park and Harrow Road Children's Centres are held alternately at Queens Park and Harrow Road Children's Centres.

Who is invited

Under 5s living in Westminster, attending with family, are prioritised. As Stay and Play places are limited, we no longer admit childcare professionals to these sessions.

There is a registered childminders drop-in session on Thursdays at Bayswater Children's Centre from 10am to 11.30am.

Parents Voice

Parents Voice is a meeting for parents/carers who use our children’s centres.

It’s a great opportunity for parents/carers to come together in a relaxed space and have a cup of tea and a chat. 

You can often listen to guest speakers who give important  information on particular topics of interest relating to young children such as, weaning, the importance of young children’s play or managing difficult behaviour.

Why you should get involved

The aim of this meeting is to encourage the expression of your views and contributions on how the services offered from your local children’s centre can be improved and developed to support both your needs and those of your local community.  It is a  meeting where you can find out  information and contribute to the shaping of future services.

About us

Queen’s Park Children's Centre provides a range of services for children under the age of five and their families. These services are based around a ‘core offer’ of integrated early learning, parenting courses, family support, health services, outreach services and access to training and employment advice.

There is a variety of services for parents and children which take place in the children’s centre and these include:

  • drop-in sessions
  • date with dad session
  • parenting groups
  • job centre plus advisors
  • breastfeeding support sessions 
  • young mum’s session
  • parenting classes for dads
  • free expectant fathers courses
The staff speak in Arabic, Bengali and French.

Last updated: 11 September 2017
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